Craft Creations Magazine Issue 11 - Autumn 1998

This is the full edition of the Craft Creations Autumn 1998 magazine.
If you have bought or are thinking of buying our decoupage sheets and aren't quite sure how to go about using them, this project explains it all. Five Christmas designs are featured in this project.
Using lovely hand painted paper backgrounds Pam has created a set of cards with stars as the main design theme.
This simple wintery church scene is stitched onto navy blue Aida. Worked using glass seed beads in silver and gold.
These two designs finish Helga's set of four string pin pictures with plants from the four seasons.
Build up a design of dried flowers, heather and grasses, mix in with silk flowers to achieve a pretty autumn bouquet.
A very autumnal stitched design. Very easy to work using just backstitch, straight stitches and a French knot. Looks very effective when mounted into our Autumn design card.
Make your own Christmas tree cards using the aperture shape for the outline and filling in with glitter and sequins for a lovely sparkly effect.
Gill Taylor has used canvas as the background to these stitched wool trees to give them the 'back to basics' look which is so popular at the moment.
A collage using scraps of coloured and gold material stitched together. The aperture of the card comes across the front to give the window shape. Keep the fabric colours in the same tonal range to stop the design from becoming messy.
A great card for the football fanatic in your life, made from scraps of fabric, ribbon and cord.
A slightly different twist on the potato painting theme, great for children to work on. Made using different fruits and vegetables with interesting shapes to them.
This Halloween card by Debbie Brown is quite simple to make by cutting a silhouette from black card with some sequins and glitter glue to add the finishing touches.
Collect up some leaves this autumn to make a leaf appliqué card. Uses fabric stitched across the front of the leaves for an unusual effect.
This swan design is cut from small squares of blue and white fabric which are then placed fairly roughly onto a background to give the impression that they are mosaic tiles.
These scraperfoil baubles can be made into beautiful and unusual Christmas cards to give to your friends and family, fairly simple to make and very effective.
Anita Light has made tiny envelopes to fit onto the front of a card then filled them with sequin greetings for birthday or Christmas, use any sequins to suit the occasion you are celebrating.
These happy rubber stamped people can be used in many combinations to create a variety of different cards using just the one rubber stamp. Use sticky fixers to give the layers an extra dimension.
A great way of using rubber stamps after you are bored with them. Stamp onto white Fimo, cut it out and paint or use coloured Fimo. Makes a really chunky 3D scene.
A rubber stamped design using blue and white as the only colours to keep it simple. A corner punch has been used to make the fancy corners on the background card.
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